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Petition: Let Another Nation Declare War For the USA - Seriously?


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: petition, Senate, US Constitution, War Declared, bad policy, USA )

Dandelion
- 549 days ago - rootsaction.org
A resolution in the Senate would effectively allow a foreign nation to launch the United States into a war. Tell the Senate to obey the US Constitution.



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Sue H. (7)
Tuesday March 19, 2013, 8:36 am
Noted and signed, thanks.
 

Autumn S. (150)
Tuesday March 19, 2013, 9:08 am
signed and noted, thanks Dandelion
 

Ben Oscarsito (338)
Tuesday March 19, 2013, 10:26 am
Done!
http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=7513
18,678 have signed, now let's reach our goal 20,000!
 

Rose NoFWDSPLZ (273)
Tuesday March 19, 2013, 4:06 pm
Signing now Dandelion
 

Gina Caracci (231)
Tuesday March 19, 2013, 5:52 pm
I signed a similar petition thru another group as well. Washington HAS gone crazy!
 

Past Member (0)
Wednesday March 20, 2013, 8:28 am
Thank you (2x) for asking the Senate to reject a resolution that would effectively give Israel the power to launch the United States into a war with Iran. Posted to FB, thanks.
 

Past Member (0)
Wednesday March 20, 2013, 8:29 am
I have noted but this is the 2nd day in a row that repeated noting is not working, sorry
 

Dandelion G. (387)
Wednesday March 20, 2013, 9:19 am
The noting took Olivia, I see there are 21 avatars below and the count up top is 21. Sometimes there is a delay in it showing. Thanking everyone who has signed and noted.
 

AniMae Chi (407)
Thursday March 21, 2013, 11:09 pm
Thank you for asking the Senate to reject a resolution that would effectively give Israel the power to launch the United States into a war with Iran.

# 18,942
 

Kit B. (276)
Friday March 22, 2013, 6:12 pm

Completely insane.

Let Another Nation Declare War for U.S. -- Seriously?

Thank you for asking the Senate to reject a resolution that would effectively give Israel the power to launch the United States into a war with Iran. - and tweeted
 

Laurie H. (714)
Friday March 22, 2013, 6:20 pm
Gladly Signed & Shared-what next???????? What is going on????~Thanks Sheryl for this one~~
 

Terry V. (30)
Friday March 22, 2013, 6:26 pm
S & N THANKS!!!
 

John B. (215)
Friday March 22, 2013, 6:32 pm
Thanks Dandelion for post this here on C2NN. Signed the petition two days ago through a link in an email I got from RootsAction. Posting noted.
 

Penelope Ryan (176)
Friday March 22, 2013, 6:33 pm
Thanks sheryl, different computer.
 

Bill and Katie D. (90)
Friday March 22, 2013, 6:35 pm
Signed - I am Watching MSNBC HUBRIS SHOW NOW and Glad to actually see this show! Hope many others are also. This tells us a lot!
 

Mary R. (256)
Friday March 22, 2013, 6:55 pm
SIGNED & NOTED. THANKS
 

Patrick Donovan (319)
Friday March 22, 2013, 7:00 pm
"What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans, and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or the holy name of liberty or democracy?"
--Mahatma Gandhi
 

Devon Leonard (54)
Friday March 22, 2013, 8:08 pm
Aieeeeeeee.....!!!!! This is crazy..... Gladly signed and shared..! I hope to find the Hubris show online... I usually watch Rachel's show online.... Thanks for posting this Dandelion.........
 

Christeen Anderson (489)
Friday March 22, 2013, 8:34 pm
Signed.
 

Brian M. (145)
Friday March 22, 2013, 9:07 pm
Noted. Signed.
 

Tamara Noforwardsplz (185)
Friday March 22, 2013, 9:17 pm
Noted, previously signed but signed again with comment below, twittered and google shared. Thank you Sheryl.

I am 100% opposed to this and I am furious that it is even being considered. What are the leaders of this nation thinking? I am appalled at the lack of responsibility that our government has been displaying and it just keeps on getting worse.

Have we not had enough wars yet? Have we not lost enough to the war machine yet. How many more innocents need to die? How can this country justify committing more money towards a war that we should not be backing? Please oppose S.R.65. It is wrong and it is bad politics.
 

Susan Allen (221)
Friday March 22, 2013, 9:32 pm
Noted, signed and shared. Hubris was awesome.
 

JL A. (275)
Friday March 22, 2013, 9:38 pm
Think I signed this morning, but it took again
 

Giana Peranio-Paz (383)
Friday March 22, 2013, 10:35 pm
Noted and signed this important petition.
 

Mary T. (186)
Friday March 22, 2013, 10:37 pm
Thanks Dandelion I signed and shared this petition a few days ago, I am so sick of our government starting these wars so the greedy bunch that makes money from wars they do not care about anything but their profits.
 

Angelika R. (143)
Friday March 22, 2013, 10:48 pm
RootsAction does NOT tell you "you already signed this", but like myself, most of you have already signed this on my own post 4 days ago. Sheryl you did NOT note or sign it though.

It is amazing how C2 allows others but NEVER me to post petitions or stories from the same source/URL that once was submitted before, EVEN IF the cause, matter or headline is entirely different. Others get their submissions through even if completely identical. I never understood this and never will.
 

Angelika R. (143)
Friday March 22, 2013, 11:02 pm
You all probably know that this is against the famous "backdoor to war" bill pressured by AIPAC. (S.Res 65 along with H.R.850) On my post post I have also left another link where you can find out (suprise!) if your Rep. and Senator supported or objected these bills. -for those actually interested to know-

http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/641/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=12849 So please take a few minutes to find out if your Members of Congress are backing AIPAC’s legislative agenda and contact them with your cheers or jeers!
 

Bryan S. (100)
Friday March 22, 2013, 11:06 pm
Thanks Danelion, signed and noted!
 

Angelika R. (143)
Friday March 22, 2013, 11:10 pm
Sheryl, I am so sorry, I apologize-I now saw that you in fact did note my post and probably just re-posted it because of the connection to the Tomas Young letter.
 

Jae A. (323)
Friday March 22, 2013, 11:33 pm
Done
Thanks for posting this ........ :-)
 

Lauren Kozen (159)
Friday March 22, 2013, 11:48 pm
Noted & Signed. Thanks Dandelion.
 

Dorothy N. (63)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 1:28 am



If you recall, Mitt Romney would have been guided by his old buddy, old pal who worked for the same consulting business with him - Bibi - who wanted the US to act as his attack dog in waging war on his orders.

Congress can't get President Obama to go along with this, so it would appear that they're trying to hand the decision more directly to Bibi...

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/08/us/politics/mitt-romney-and-benjamin-netanyahu-are-old-friends.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0



A Friendship Dating to 1976 Resonates in 2012
By MICHAEL BARBARO
Published: April 7, 2012


...in 1976, the lives of Mitt Romney and Benjamin Netanyahu intersected, briefly but indelibly, in the 16th-floor offices of the Boston Consulting Group, where both had been recruited as corporate advisers. At the most formative time of their careers, they sized each other up during the firm’s weekly brainstorming sessions, absorbing the same profoundly analytical view of the world.

That shared experience decades ago led to a warm friendship, little known to outsiders, that is now rich with political intrigue. Mr. Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, is making the case for military action against Iran as Mr. Romney, the likely Republican presidential nominee, is attacking the Obama administration for not supporting Mr. Netanyahu more robustly.

The relationship between Mr. Netanyahu and Mr. Romney — nurtured over meals in Boston, New York and Jerusalem, strengthened by a network of mutual friends and heightened by their conservative ideologies — has resulted in an unusually frank exchange of advice and insights on topics like politics, economics and the Middle East.

When Mr. Romney was the governor of Massachusetts, Mr. Netanyahu offered him firsthand pointers on how to shrink the size of government. When Mr. Netanyahu wanted to encourage pension funds to divest from businesses tied to Iran, Mr. Romney counseled him on which American officials to meet with. And when Mr. Romney first ran for president, Mr. Netanyahu presciently asked him whether he thought Newt Gingrich would ever jump into the race.

Only a few weeks ago, on Super Tuesday, Mr. Netanyahu delivered a personal briefing by telephone to Mr. Romney about the situation in Iran.

“We can almost speak in shorthand,” Mr. Romney said in an interview. “We share common experiences and have a perspective and underpinning which is similar.”

Mr. Netanyahu attributed their “easy communication” to what he called “B.C.G.’s intellectually rigorous boot camp.”

“So despite our very different backgrounds,” he said through an aide, “my sense is that we employ similar methods in analyzing problems and coming up with solutions for them.”

The ties between Mr. Romney and Mr. Netanyahu stand out because there is little precedent for two politicians of their stature to have such a history together that predates their entry into government. And that history could well influence decision-making at a time when the United States may face crucial questions about whether to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities or support Israel in such an action.

Mr. Romney has suggested that he would not make any significant policy decisions about Israel without consulting Mr. Netanyahu — a level of deference that could raise eyebrows given Mr. Netanyahu’s polarizing reputation, even as it appeals to the neoconservatives and evangelical Christians who are fiercely protective of Israel.

In a telling exchange during a debate in December, Mr. Romney criticized Mr. Gingrich for making a disparaging remark about Palestinians, declaring: “Before I made a statement of that nature, I’d get on the phone to my friend Bibi Netanyahu and say: ‘Would it help if I say this? What would you like me to do?’ “

Martin S. Indyk, a United States ambassador to Israel in the Clinton administration, said that whether intentional or not, Mr. Romney’s statement implied that he would “subcontract Middle East policy to Israel.”

“That, of course, would be inappropriate,” he added.

Mr. Netanyahu insists that he is neutral in the presidential election, but he has at best a fraught relationship with President Obama. For years, the prime minister has skillfully mobilized many Jewish groups and Congressional Republicans to pressure the Obama administration into taking a more confrontational approach against Iran.

“To the extent that their personal relationship would give Netanyahu entree to the Romney White House in a way that he doesn’t now have to the Obama White House,” Mr. Indyk said, “the prime minister would certainly consider that to be a significant advantage.”

It was a quirk of history that the two men met at all. In the 1970s, both chose to attend business school in Boston — Harvard for Mr. Romney, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for Mr. Netanyahu. After graduating near the top of their classes, they had their pick of jobs at the nation’s biggest and most prestigious consulting firms.

The Boston Consulting Group did not yet qualify as either. Its founder, Bruce D. Henderson, was considered brilliant but idiosyncratic; his unorthodox theories — about measuring a company’s success by its market share, and dividing businesses into categories like “cash cows” and “dogs” — were then regarded as outside the mainstream of corporate consulting.

As Mr. Romney recalled, the faculty and students at Harvard Business School routinely mocked the firm’s recruitment posters. “Boston Consulting was at the time a firm that seemed somewhat under siege,” he said.

But the company’s status as a pioneering upstart, nipping on the heels of bigger blue-chip firms like McKinsey and Booz Allen, fostered a deep camaraderie among its young employees, who traveled around the country advising clients like General Foods and the Mead Corporation.

Even in a firm of 100 M.B.A.’s, Mr. Romney and Mr. Netanyahu managed to stand apart, as much for their biography as for their brainpower. Mr. Romney’s father, a former governor of Michigan, had sought the Republican presidential nomination a few years earlier. Mr. Netanyahu had his own exotic résumé: he had just completed a tour of duty in an elite special forces unit of the Israeli military.

“Both clearly had an aura around them,” said Alan Weyl, who worked at the firm from 1975 to 1989.

Although they never worked closely on a project together, Mr. Romney and Mr. Netanyahu, competitive by nature, left deep impressions on each other, which appear to have only grown.

Mr. Romney, never known for his lack of self-confidence, still recalls the sense of envy he felt watching Mr. Netanyahu effortlessly hold court during the firm’s Monday morning meetings, when consultants presented their work and fielded questions from their colleagues. The sessions were renowned for their sometimes grueling interrogations.

“He was a strong personality with a distinct point of view,” Mr. Romney said. “I aspired to the same kind of perspective.”

Over dinner years later, aides said, Mr. Netanyahu would reveal the depth of his own scorekeeping, when he quipped, with mostly playful chagrin, that Mr. Romney had been “Henderson’s favorite.”

“His star,” the prime minister said of Mr. Romney’s time at Boston Consulting, “had already risen.”

Mr. Romney worked at the company from 1975 to 1977; Mr. Netanyahu was involved from 1976 to 1978. But a month after Mr. Netanyahu arrived, he returned to Israel to start an antiterrorism foundation in memory of his brother, an officer killed while leading the hostage rescue force at Entebbe, Uganda. An aide said he sporadically returned to the company over the rest of that two-year period.

Mr. Romney later decamped to Bain & Company, a rival of Boston Consulting. They did, however, maintain a significant link: at Bain, Mr. Romney worked closely with Fleur Cates, Mr. Netanyahu’s second wife. (Ms. Cates and Mr. Netanyahu divorced in the mid-1980s, but she remains in touch with Mr. Romney.)

The men reconnected shortly after 2003 when Mr. Romney became the governor of Massachusetts. Mr. Netanyahu paid him a visit, eager to swap tales of government life.

Mr. Netanyahu, who had recently stepped down as Israel’s finance minister, regaled Mr. Romney with stories of how, in the tradition of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, he had challenged unionized workers over control of their pensions, reduced taxes and privatized formerly government-run industries, reducing the role of government in private enterprise.

He encouraged Mr. Romney to look for ways to do the same. As Mr. Romney recalled, Mr. Netanyahu told him of a favorite memory from basic training about a soldier trying to race his comrades with a fat man atop his shoulders. Naturally, he loses.

“Government,” Mr. Romney recalled him saying, “is the guy on your shoulders.”

As governor, Mr. Romney said, he frequently repeated the story to the heads of various agencies, reminding them that their job as regulators was to “catch the bad guys, but also to encourage the good guys and to make business more successful in our state.”

A few years later, Mr. Romney had dinner with Mr. Netanyahu at a private home in the Jewish quarter of the Old City, in central Jerusalem, where the two spent hours discussing the American and Israeli economies. When Mr. Netanyahu informed Mr. Romney of a personal campaign to persuade American pension funds to divest from businesses tied to Iran, Mr. Romney offered up his Rolodex.

Before he left Israel, Mr. Romney set up several meetings with government officials in the United States for his old colleague. “I immediately saw the wisdom of his thinking,” Mr. Romney said.

Back in Massachusetts, Mr. Romney sent out letters to legislators requesting that the public pension funds they controlled sell off investments from corporations doing business with Iran.

Even as Mr. Netanyahu, a keen and eager student of American politics, has tried to avoid any hint of favoritism in the presidential election, friends say he has paid especially close attention to Mr. Romney’s political fortunes in this campaign season.

And the prime minister keeps open lines of communication to the candidate. When it was Mr. Gingrich’s turn to leap to the top of the polls, Mr. Netanyahu was startled in January by an article exploring why Sheldon Adelson, a billionaire casino executive and outspoken supporter of Israel, was devoting millions of dollars to back Mr. Gingrich. It described Mr. Netanyahu and Mr. Adelson as close friends.

Mr. Netanyahu’s office quickly relayed a message to a senior Romney adviser, Dan Senor: the prime minister had played no role in Mr. Adelson’s decision to bankroll a Romney rival.



I'm assuming that this is most likely the CFR referred to in the article following this wiki entry, which article I have NOT checked out for myself - don't have time or energy just now, but this is one claim others might wish to look into, (although any claim made (according to the Wiki article) by the Birchers should be regarded with deep suspicion - could be something else going on there, dunno) but this situation smells like a global corporate takeover attempt, (certainly of policy, by providing and promoting for election to high public office of policy-makers trained by themselves, if nothing else,) to me...


FROM BELOW: ... ...its think tank, the David Rockefeller Studies Program...

You might want to read the entry in full...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFR

... Council on Foreign Relations, U.S. foreign policy think tank ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_on_Foreign_Relations

Council on Foreign Relations



Have NOT checked out any of this myself.

http://barrychamish.com/Newsletters2012/Netanyahu-Olmert1.html

Netanyahu and Olmert's Deep Secrets
by Barry Chamish
Barry Chamish's
Connections
Boston Consulting Group
Ira Magaziner
Ira Magaziner,
Rhodes Scholar & CFR Member
Health Care Advisor to Pres. Clinton
Source:

http://www.greatdreams.com/Rhodes-Scholars.htm

Benyamin Netanyzhu Mitt Romney
Binyamin Netanyahu, CFR "Mitt" Romney, CFR
Sources:

http://www.mega.nu:8080/ampp/
roundtable/CFRL-Rlist.html#N
http://www.alipac.us/f19/ron-paul-vs-
mitt-romney-cfr-member-vid-233658/

We begin with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's mostly unknown ties to Mitt Romney:

Romney and Netanyahu were brought together by a new endeavor, The Boston Consulting Group. Each had been approached to act as a corporate advisor for the firm. Romney was a recent honors graduate from Harvard with dual degrees in law and business administration; Netanyahu, with an architecture diploma in hand, had just enrolled in the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to pursue a master’s degree.

Imagine that... Netanyahu in the late '70s worked with Romney, at Boston Consulting Group, both holding corporate advisor positions at the new firm run by one Ira Magaziner. The ties must have been deep because:

"Romney said publicly he would make Israel his first visit destination if elected President. (He) last visited Israel in January of 2011, before he had formally declared his candidacy, and was hosted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his residence."

Ira Magaziner was a member of the CFR...and both Romney and Netanyahu would follow in his footsteps.

Who better than Ron Paul to expose Mitt Romney's CFR membership? And look at all the CFR grooming and control.

Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu was spotted at MIT in 1973 and the grooming began there when he was in his early twenties. After graduating, he received a high paying job at The Boston Consulting Group. His boss was Ira Magaziner (CFR), later President Bill Clinton's (CFR) health advisor. (Clinton later shoved the Oslo "peace" accord down Israel's throat.) But he quit the job in 1979, returned to Israel, staring selling furniture at the Rim Company, then organized an anti-terror convention. Inexplicably, the CFR sent a team of their biggest guns including George Bush Sr., Richard Perle and George Shultz to this unknown 27-year-old's get-together. Once the convention was over, Netanyahu returned to work selling home furniture for three years until 1982, when Washington Ambassador Moshe Arens invited him to be his deputy. He claimed the choice was indirectly made by those who came to his convention and "were impressed with his performance." That means Bush and Shultz pressed Arens to bring Bibi to Washington. From there, they pushed his career higher. In 1985, Shultz chaired another anti-terror convention in Washington supposedly organized by Netanyahu. By the time Bibi was UN Ambassador Schultz visited him every time he was in New York, and that was often.

Now please kind readers, ask yourselves: What are the odds that of the two advisors of Ira Magaziner's new company, one would become the Prime Minister of Israel, while, at the same time, the other would be running for the American presidency? Come on now, one in a million, a billion?

- - - - - - - - - -

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's Ehud Olmert was acquitted of major corruption charges on Tuesday but convicted of breach of trust, a lesser offence, in what was widely seen as a stunning victory for the former prime minister.

Ehud Olmert
Ehud Olmert,
Former Prime Minister of Israel
Menachem Atzmon
Menachem Atzmon
Former President,
ICTS International, N.V.

This was not Olmert's first escape from fraud charges leaving others to shoulder the blame. In the late '80s, Olmert committed mass fraud as co-Treasurer of the Likud Party. He was charged with the crime but only his partner, Menachem Atzmon, sat in prison for over three years. Olmert, apparently, paid his partner in crime well for taking the rap, the consequences of which led to 9-11. Menachem Atzmon, former partner of Ehud Olmert as Likud Co-Treasurer, convicted in Israel in 1996 for campaign finance fraud, took over management of security at the Boston and Newark airports when their company ICTS International, N.V [OTC:ICTSF] bought Huntleigh USA in 1999. UAL Flight 175 and AA 11, which struck the twin towers, both originated in Boston, while UAL 93, which crashed in Pennsylvania, departed from the Newark airport. This convicted Likud criminal's firm was in charge of security at Logan Airport inspecting the validity of passports and visas, searching cargo, screening passengers when two airliners were hijacked from there on Sept. 11, 2001, and demolished the World Trade Center towers in New York. Without Atzmon in charge of Newark and Logan Airports, 9-11 could NOT HAVE HAPPENED.

Now, once again kind readers... What are the odds that a convicted defrauder, just released from prison, would not only have the funds available but that the Boston and Newark airports would choose this crook to guard their security? In a normal world, the odds of this being mere co-incidence would be what, one in a million, a billion?

Israelis know or suspect that Netanyahu is controlled by America. They just don't know who in America. Those Americans dumb or desperate enough to vote Romney, might be rewarded with a CFR-groomed lackey. Into this awful equation, we have ridiculously direct and suspicious ties between Olmert's corruption and 9-11.

You make the connections yourself as America loses its economic dignity and Israelis face an impending missile war.



So Romney failed to become President - despite massive Republican voter suppression and electoral cheating, with Romney and Romney supporters owning/running voting machines, with a mysterious, illegal software addition to such voter machines installed at the last minute, and with claims of someone allied with the Anonymous group claiming to have prevented the ability of this software to alter election results in a network of such voting machines, election results which many Republicans, including Rove, refused to believe or accept because so certain that they would be declared winners...

And now the Republicans want to make Romney's old business buddy,old Pal, the Prime Minister of Israel, Bibi, able to declare war for America...

This does seem odorous indeed...
 

SuSanne P. (182)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 2:28 am
Thank you for asking the Senate to reject a resolution that would effectively give Israel the power to launch the United States into a war with Iran.
Thank you Dandelion.
 

Angelika R. (143)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 3:53 am
Lol Dorothy, the old stories, yeah. I read all this last year at pre-election/ campaign times, not sure what exactly made you post this here and now on Sheryl's petition thread..
Far more I wonder how long it might take until certain Israel-first-and -only- C2 members will discover you and your posting and eventually jump on YOUR back (instead of mine) ;-)
 

Darlene B. (290)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 4:22 am
noted, signed, and shared. Thank you Dandelion for your work here on Care 2. Bless all who care!!
 

Dandelion G. (387)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 6:53 am
Angelika, I posted this petition before I realized you had also posted it before me. I do not know why C2 didn't give me notification that yours already was on. When I noted your link and saw you had first placed the petition on I did not even bother to promote mine as I was in hopes they'd find yours.

However, your are correct, when I forwarded the Tomas Young story around I placed my link upon it as I felt that it was too important petition not to get as many signatures as possible, be it through your link or my own. I never try to take someone elses story if I see that someone has it on. In fact I'm one of the few on here that tries to promote others stories here and there. I can't do them all but I select one or two to be viewed by a larger amount of people.

There are many offerings I wish I could get onto C2, I wish I could do more, but my time limitations allows me only to do so much, so I do the best I can. Had I more time I may of even noticed your petition link before I placed mine on. Again, if C2 shows me that someone has already done so I don't do it but that didn't happen this time so I did allow mine to sink below the waters until I was able to put this package together with Kit's story of HUBRIS and Judy's. This is important information that needs more awareness and we must work together as a team to bring forth this.

No problem Angelika, just wanting to let you know I don't try on purpose to cut others legs off. I'm glad you had that petition on, it's just another example of our Government working solely for the Corporations and not for the people. I think many of our so called elected Leaders need to be tried for treason myself, but slight chance that will happen, so next best we can do is try to fight this where it stands and make the voter aware of what is going on.
 

Arielle S. (317)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 6:56 am
Yes, Washington has gone mad - the saying is that if you want something passed in DC you just wrap it in a flag, have it wear a cross and give it a gun. Disgusting. Signed.
 

Dandelion G. (387)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 7:06 am
I can't seem to find the person that mentioned they wanted to watch HUBRIS online. Here is a link that will take you to the full documentary.
HUBRIS The Selling of the Iraq War
 

Freya H. (307)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 7:42 am
What the Hello Kitty have those people been smoking? A foreign power could force us to declare war on a nation that has been our ally for generations. Increasingly, our insane government is making us a has-been. I wonder if my father wishes he had stayed in Canada!
 

lee e. (114)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 8:32 am
Signed - and posted to F/B -- of course this is a premeditated attempt to excuse itself for entering an Israeli led war into Iran -- these political bastards will think of any "hubris" possible to make fools of us - they must think that we are all just "sheeple" who won't take the opportunity to learn of their shennanigans! Thanks for the post!
 

Edwin M. (366)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 8:34 am
Signed thanks Sheryl
 

Lisa Neste (699)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 8:57 am
Thank you for asking the Senate to reject a resolution that would effectively give Israel the power to launch the United States into a war with Iran
 

Bill and Katie D. (90)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 9:38 am
Always learn from the mistakes that were made and do not send theUS into another WAR needlessly. Way too much to put the peop;e thru and too many lives are lost. Needless.The US cannot make the same mistake TWICE!Cehck things out thoughly before jumping into something especially WAR! Don't make it TOO LITTLE TOO LATE!
 

Henriette Matthijssen (145)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 10:18 am
Unable to sign, we do not know where this zip code is! Thanks Dandelion. All wars are based on lies.
 

Sue H. (1)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 11:16 am
noted, cannot sign. What new insanity is this?
 

Julie E. (346)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 11:47 am
Noted, signed, shared and shared some more.
 

Val R. (243)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 12:37 pm
S & N - thanks,
 

Allan Yorkowitz (453)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 12:54 pm
sent
 

Judy C. (106)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 3:32 pm
I certainly signed! There seems to be no limit to the insanity in Washington. "Following a long list of falsehoods and half-truths about Iran, S.R.65 'urges that, if the Government of Israel is compelled to take military action in self-defense, the United States Government should stand with Israel and provide diplomatic, military, and economic support'." This bill must not be passed! Thanks, Dandelion.
 

Yvonne White (232)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 5:49 pm
OMG..don't we get into Wars early & often Enough as it is? FOX will toss a hissy if Israel (a Foreign nation) can start wars for us, that's FOX's job!!!!;)
 

Yvonne White (232)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 5:52 pm
Over 19,000 signatures!:)
 

Sara W. (110)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 6:37 pm
Say WHAT?! Aren't we in enough wars already without some other country dragging us into their own mess? Holy crap, we would have every country throwing us into their wars if we passed this.
 

Bill and Katie D. (90)
Saturday March 23, 2013, 7:24 pm
All should be done 'NOT TO REPEAT HISTORY' again!! No more WARS Needlessly! Too much has been lost! Just to scare all of us to death! Lives were lost. Other countries ruined all for the not all thought out Decisions! BAD MISTAKES HERE!
So Glad HUMBRIS showed this!!
 

Arild Warud (165)
Sunday March 24, 2013, 4:37 am
Signed,thanks Sheryl.
 

Lois Jordan (55)
Sunday March 24, 2013, 1:44 pm
Gladly signed, sent, shared & noted. Much thanks for posting, Dandelion!
 

Florence Eaise (132)
Sunday March 24, 2013, 1:46 pm
war is the very last thing this world need right now what this world needs right now is healing gladly signed noted tweeted and shared on Fb thanks Dandelion
 

Caitlin Mac Iver (103)
Sunday March 24, 2013, 2:02 pm
This is so ridiculous a proposal that it's hard to believe anyone would actually vote for such a thing. What has this country come to?? We're totally nuts! I signed this petition, but with minds in our Congress who come up with stuff like this, why do we think they'll listen?? It's frustrating. Thanks for pissing me off again today, Dandelion! ;-)
 

Past Member (0)
Sunday March 24, 2013, 6:16 pm
already signed, TU
 

Patricia E. G. (51)
Monday March 25, 2013, 2:28 am
Signed
Thank you Sheryl
 

. (0)
Monday March 25, 2013, 12:48 pm
done and thanks Ben for the link
 

Terrie Williams (769)
Monday March 25, 2013, 4:26 pm
#19097 Signed, noted and shared on Fb and private emails.
 

annie statton (372)
Monday March 25, 2013, 7:27 pm
Unable to sign ---sorry.
 

l L. (1)
Wednesday March 27, 2013, 6:01 pm
I saw HUBRIS and I signed.
 
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